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Kohl - I Won't Learn From You.pdf


Kohl
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Mendeley User

Page no. 1

18/9/2015 0:01
* Mendeley won't let me highlight* But, I can see how his grandfather would be scared. He doesn't
want his future generations to learn English and forget their native culture.
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Page no. 1

18/9/2015 0:02
Common misconception for those who refuse to learn anything; can be interpreted as a fear of failing
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Page no. 2

18/9/2015 0:04
I understand his unwilling-ness to not want to learn English, but if he is in an English-speaking area, I
don't know why he wouldn't be more open to it.
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Page no. 2

18/9/2015 0:05
In some way, I view it as stubborn-ness, but I wouldn't pass judgement on someone who didn't want to
learn
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Page no. 2

18/9/2015 0:07
Its our jobs, as teachers, to work in whatever scenario students give us.
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Page no. 2

18/9/2015 2:21
I guess I can understand this with how a student would have to "try hard" not to learn something. If it
went against their beliefs, religion, etc.
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18/9/2015 2:20
Oh wow. That really put it into prespective!

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Page no. 3

18/9/2015 2:24
By trying not to learn English, he experienced other things. The same could go for students who refuse
to learn in my classroom (hopefully that doesn't happen though).
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Page no. 3

18/9/2015 2:26
It would be useful to have the same experience, so I would know how to reach out to my future students
if they decide to not learn. I feel like reading about it, limits my ability to actually reach out to students
successfully.
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Page no. 4

18/9/2015 2:31
Very well-written. Helped me see it at a better prespective.
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Page no. 4

18/9/2015 2:30
Although this story is funny for book-reading. I do not think its okay to do that in a real classroom setting
to humiliate a student out of their habit to not want to learn.
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Page no. 4

18/9/2015 2:32
That's why it is important to reach out to your students!!
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Page no. 4

18/9/2015 2:33
I wish I had the power of learning the material so easily, that paying attention in class wouldn't be
needed. (more in science classes, not Smudde's! I ALWAYS listen :) )
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Page no. 5

18/9/2015 2:35
But how to you get to that Point A, to Point B?
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18/9/2015 2:40
But teachers may not all have the ability to "trick their students out of it"

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Page no. 6

18/9/2015 2:42
What could teachers do instead?
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Page no. 7

18/9/2015 2:43
NO BIAS
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Page no. 7

18/9/2015 2:43
I was going to say.....do any of these kids look back and think, "wow, I missed out on a lot"?
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Page no. 8

18/9/2015 2:47
But that is just so disrespectful. Don't hate on those trying to help you. I don't understand that. And that
scares me for the future.
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Page no. 8

18/9/2015 2:46
That is sad
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Page no. 9

18/9/2015 2:48
I hate hearing/reading things like that.
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Page no. 9

18/9/2015 2:50
I would have totally answered their challenges. Its teachers who are too scared to be outspoken by their
students.
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Page no. 9

18/9/2015 2:50
What....? WHY?
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Mendeley User
18/9/2015 2:52
How far should a teacher let it go on without it affecting the other student's learning time?

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Page no. 11

18/9/2015 2:55
I like that!
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Page no. 11

18/9/2015 2:56
It is interesting that I wouldn't have noticed the words "his" or "he". I guess I just know the power I have
as a woman and I am not offended by those references.
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Page no. 12

18/9/2015 2:57
And we as teachers should be open to that "Change"
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Page no. 12

18/9/2015 2:59
I feel like it should have been done in a more respectful manner
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Page no. 14

18/9/2015 3:00
Maybe so. But every student is different
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Page no. 17

18/9/2015 3:01
Moral of story: KNOW YOUR STUDENTS. Take the time to get to know them and try to reach them.
You won't be punished for trying.